Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Santa Barbara Hotel Discount For Women's Festivals Attendees On Feb 8th 2013



People from throughout the world will be attending a Santa Barbara event this weekend that is designed to empower women. It’s the 6th annual Women’s Festival and it returns this Friday, February 8th from 9am until 8pm. This full day event will be held at the Bacara Santa Barbara hotel.

The Women’s Festival will include a professional women’s exposition, an awards program and educational and enlightening discussions lead by authors, speakers, and women in leadership roles. Videos from past Women’s Festivals can be viewed on the festival’s website.

The 2013 Festival’s theme is “Health, Wealth and Soul” and the event will highlight a variety of issues facing women today including:
  • Improving future relationships
  • Creating a better world with philanthropy
  • Skills for success for building a better businesses
  • Getting healthier
  • Helping to make a better planet
  • Working with younger women in building future leaders
  • Lessons for the future by reviewing past role models
The Women’s Festival will also include entertainment in the expo area throughout the day. A full schedule of presentations and entertainment is available here.

The Women’s Festival works to benefit and encourage non-profit organizations that work towards women’s empowerment. These include; NAWBO-CA, Girls Inc., Future Women CEO’s, and the Women’s Foundation of California.  The Santa Barbara event provides for networking opportunities that can help in empowering women for years to come.

Tickets for the 6th Annual Women’s Festivals are $25 per person. There are also VIP packages available that also include exclusive events scheduled for Saturday, February 9th. Tickets are available onlineWith your ticket purchase this year, you will be helping to support the American Heart Association’s “Go Red for Women Santa Barbara” campaign.

The Santa Barbara Women’s Festivals is part of series of Women’s Festivals that take place each year. Other festivals are held in the Cayman Islands, Arizona and Ireland, with future events planned for the Sudan.

Attendees looking for accommodations may want to consider a bed and breakfast in Santa Barbara. The Cheshire Cat Inn, Santa Barbara B & B,  is offering a 20% discount for Women’s Festival participants and for those who are attending. Make sure you mention the Women's Festival when making reservations to receive your discount.

To learn more about this Santa Barbara event visit WomensFestivals.org.

ABOUT CHESHIRE CAT INN: Cheshire Cat Inn is a romantic and elegant Victorian Inn with old oak trees, fountains and flower filled gardens. This Santa Barbara bed and breakfast offers 18 guest rooms, suites and cottages, some with in-room Jacuzzi tubs, fireplaces, private decks and outdoor hot tubs. The Inn is located in the heart of downtown Santa Barbara, only four blocks from shops, restaurants, and theaters. This downtown Santa Barbara hotel has an Alice in Wonderland theme and offers Santa Barbara lodging with gracious English hospitality. Visit Cheshire Cat Inn at 36 W. Valerio St. Santa Barbara, CA, 93101, USA (805) 569-1610 by clicking on to their website, blog and facebook.


11 comments:

  1. Great promo for the women from all over the world! This Santa Barbara Festival is a great opportunity for women to mingle with CEO's and other business-minded gals.

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  2. It was really a very helpful event at Santa Barbra. It was an exciting event with the opportunity of getting constructive lessons for brightening future. Great event that must be conducted on regular basis in context of making women’s future successful and intense!

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  3. It is interesting to stumble upon this information about a big event celebrating women, not only in the US but practically all over the world. In my view, women’s role is more important and complex than what’s being expressed and discussed. And events such as the annual Women’s Festival are a good venue to recognize women’s value in society.

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  4. Cheers to this! If only I was there for real to check on those people who participated on this occasion. I hope the food and the venue sums up everything a guest would love to be back even if the Festival's over.

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  5. You have shared such a nice information for all the women who can get information about this event by you or can attend this event. I must say that every women has to attend this tremendous event and reserve their seats for their own-self.

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  6. Other localities should also hold an annual Women’s Festival so that women can have the chance to meet other women who made their marks in their respective fields of endeavor. Through these festivals, more women will be inspired and, more important, will learn how to empower themselves from those who already did.

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  7. How nice to know about this event for women. We were a marginalized sector in the society before. Now, we are given so much importance.

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  8. Indeed, the Santa Barbara Women’s Festival event truly exemplifies women empowerment. It provides women of this generation the power and freedom to significantly take part in social issues and concerns. This event even got better when Santa Barbara hotels provided a great discount for the Women’s Festival delegates. Kudos, Santa Barbara for this great breakthrough!

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  9. This mind-opener festival is great for all the women, and is very helpful. Santa Barbara is lucky to held this one.

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  10. Thank for imparting this valuable and useful resource. Through this Santa Barbara Hotel Discount, women from various sectors of the society will be able to join and experience the significant events and discussion during the Women’s Festival Celebration.

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  11. Thank for imparting this valuable and useful resource. Through this Santa Barbara Hotel Discount, women from various sectors of the society will be able to join and experience the significant events and discussion during the 2013 Women’s Festival Celebration.

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